Abbas II of Egypt - Honours

Honours

  • Grand Cross of the Order of the Polar Star of Sweden - 1890
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Franz Joseph of Austria-Hungary - 1891
  • Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George (Honorary GCMG) - 1891
  • Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath (Honorary GCB) - 1892
  • Grand Cross of the Legion d'Honneur of France - 1892
  • Grand Cross of the Order of the Dannebrog of Denmark - 1892
  • Grand Cross of the Order of the Netherlands Lion - 1892
  • Order of the House of Osman of Ottoman Empire - 1895
  • Order of Honour of Ottoman Empire - 1895
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Leopold of Austria - 1897
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Chula Chom Klao, special class of Siam - 1897
  • Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order (Honorary GCVO) - 1900
  • Royal Victorian Chain - 1905
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Charles III of Spain - 1905
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Duke Peter Friedrich Ludwig of Oldenburg - 1905
  • Grand Cross of the Ducal Saxe-Ernestine House Order - 1905
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Albert of Saxony - 1905
  • Grand Cross of the Order of the Redeemer of Greece - 1905
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Prince Danilo I of Montenegro - 1905
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Carol I of Romania - 1905
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Pius IX of the Vatican - 1905
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Saint Stephen of Austria-Hungary - 1905
  • Knight of the Order of St. Alexander Nevsky of Russia - 1908
  • Knight of the Order of Saint Stanislaus (Imperial House of Romanov) of Russia - 1908
  • Knight of the Order of the Royal House of Chakri of Siam - 1908
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus of Italy - 1911
  • Grand Cross of the Order of Ludwig of Hesse - 1911
  • Grand Cordon of the Order of Leopold of Belgium - 1911
  • Grand Cross of the Order of the Star of Ethiopia - 1911
  • Grand Cordon of the Sharifan Order of Ouissam Alaouite of Morocco - 1913
  • Grand Cross of the Order of the Black Eagle of Albania - 1914
  • Grand Cross w/Collar of the Order of the Red Eagle of Prussia - 1914
  • Grand Cordon special class of the Order of the Exalted of Zanzibar - 1914

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